HC Deb 27 June 1843 vol 70 c398

MINUTES.] ELECTION PETITIONS.—By Mr. Gisborne, from Alfred Butler, against Portions of the Evidence given before the Nottingham Election Committee.

BILLS. Private.Reported.—Deptford Poor and Improvement; Monkland and Kirkintilloch Railway.

3o. and passed:—Inchbelly (Glasgow) Road: Tay Ferries.

PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. S. Crawford. from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and Gateshead, for the Repeal of the Legislative Union with Ireland.— By Mr. Hume, Mr. M. Gibson, Mr. Wallace, Lord Ebrington, and Sir T. Wilde, from a number of places, for carrying out Rowland Hill's plan of Post-Office Reform.—By Mr. Aldam, from Leeds, in favour of the County Courts Bill—By hon. Members, from Bolton, and Ashton-under-Line, for a Duty on Wood sawed by Steam Power.—From York Street, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—From Huddersfield, against the County Courts Bill.—From Cork, for placing the Irish Spirit Trade on the Same Footing as the English.—From Belfast and other places, for Regulating the Working Hours of Bakers in Ireland.—From Belfast, for Amending the Law relating to the Merchant Seamens' Fund.—From Maidstone, against the Beer Ad.—From Belfast, etc., for Extending to Ireland the Act 1 and 2 Vict. relating to Tenements Recovery.—Frow Arbroath, against Machinery.—From Lecds, for withdrawing the King of Hanover's Pension.—From the Kenmare Tee-Total Society against being made to appear a secret society.—From Islington and Manchester, in favour of the Scientific Societies Bill.—From Lambeth, for Removing the Chartist Prisoners from Stafford Gaol to the Queen's Bench Prison.—From Bethnal Green, against the Poor-laws.—From Bacup, respecting Smoke from Factories.—From many places against, and one in favour of Factories Bill—From Thomas Russell, complaining of Pensions to Royal Family.